Secretary Larry Hall will deliver the keynote address at the opening ceremony of the 96th Annual Convention of the Disabled American Veterans And Auxiliary (DAV) Department of North Carolina on Friday, June 22, 2018 at the Joseph S. Koury Center in Greensboro, NC.

In reference to the annual convention, Hall, a veteran himself and long-time veteran advocate stated, “The NC DAV has been in the forefront of fighting for disabled veterans and I am proud to stand united with them to support their advocacy efforts”.

The DAV is a nonprofit charity that provides support for veterans and their families. Over the course of its existence, the organization has helped more than one million veterans. The charity has over 1,300 chapters and more than one million members across the country. The NC DAV has 40,000 members throughout the state of North Carolina.

The annual convention is an opportunity for attendees to receive training and resources to effectively advocate for the interests of disabled veterans, family members and supporters. For more information about the DAV NC Convention visit www.dav.org or email adjutant@davnc.org.

To learn more about the NC DMVA contact, Director of Communications, Angella Dunston at angella.dunston@milvets.nc.gov or 984-204-8336.